Hey, Moody Blues, screw those "Nights in White Satin." This is EDM. And we're talkin' Black Lights & White Lingerie. Yeah, we know we've got your rapt attention, beat freaks. Because that shit sounds hot. Hopefully, though, it won't be totally freezing that night, because with this kind of pa ... More >>
"This is not bar band music," Fernando Perdomo says emphatically of Dreaming in Stereo 2, the follow-up to the band's remarkable 2009 self-titled debut. Like its predecessor, the new album takes its cue from a distinctly '70s sound, one that melds the orchestral style of the Moody Blues with the ... More >>
This week on Crossfade, we've been taking a look at a number of recent releases from local label Forward Motion Records, headed by Fernando Perdomo. Here's the last of the round-up.Jorge Moreno"Thank You" (single)This single is culled from his upcoming English-language debut, Grammy Award-winner ... More >>
via Miami New Times archives week of October 12 - 18, 1988 Alien Sex Fiend aka the Fucking Martians, ok we just made that up, were booked at Respectable Street Cafe in West Palm and the Cameo Theatre on Miami Beach back in 1988.The Miami New Times Concert Calendar from the week of October 12 - 18 ... More >>
Dreaming in Stereo releases its debut disc.
Dreaming in StereoDreaming in Stereo (Van Gogh Records)If there's one thing that's evident from the outset about multi-instrumental wunderkind Fernando Perdono -- aside from the already established fact that he's one of South Florida's most gifted songwriters and musicians -- it's that he's obvio ... More >>
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